KAUST Showcases Three Projects on Energy Transition at COP27

KAUST Showcases Three Projects on Energy Transition at COP27

The University also participated in the Green Zone and the Innovation Zone with many workshops, and lectures

King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) participated at Sustainable Innovation Forum 2022, the accompanying forum within COP27, entitled 'Bold Leadership: Embracing Collaboration and Competition'.

KAUST also showcased three projects at the Saudi Arabia Pavilion in the blue zone: the Future of Hydrogen Economy, Carbon Capture via MOFs, and Storing Carbon Underground.

Furthermore, KAUST participated in the Innovation Zone at COP27 with a pavilion dedicated to sustainability and the environment, attracting many visitors.

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The University also participated in the Green Zone and the Innovation Zone with many workshops, lectures, and a pavilion highlighting the latest research at KAUST.

KAUST supported and enriched the Saudi Green Initiative Forum at COP27 with many initiatives and discussion panels by the university's professors.

Dr. Tony Chan, president of King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), took part in a discussion panel at the Saudi Green Initiative, entitled 'How To Pave A Career Path In Protecting The Planet'.

He discussed the most crucial career opportunities in the green energy sector and the options available for green professions in the Middle East.

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